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A Few Updates from Dianne…

posted by admin at 5:38 pm on February 26, 2013

About a week ago, Dianne hopped on a plane to NYC to do some investigating into a few of the colleges that many SAI students hope to attend someday. As she helps mentorship students tailor their applications to specific university standards, it becomes imperative for both Dianne and the students to understand exactly the kind of programs, atmosphere and expectations that will greet them at the end of the application process. Here is her update:

Last week I had the pleasure of touring and visiting Columbia, Fashion Institute of Technology, Parsons Design School and Cooper Union, four very different colleges with just as diverse program offerings and cultures. It was a very informative week and I came away with a lot of good information thatI will be sharing in class over the next few weeks. After reviewing the admissions process and requirements I came away confident that all the mentorship students were on track and that the seniors applying in the fall will be well prepared for the rigor of the application process into the top tier schools of their choice. Of course we all know what we have to do today to be ready in September.

Many of you are preparing to visit your colleges in the spring, and this past quarter we have covered all the details of preparation for your journey. I will be available to answer questions and give counsel over the phone so do not hesitate to call if you need assistance. This is a very important process as it will really give you insight into a college’s programs, culture, faculty and resources. I think that the last few months have been great as we have covered all the details of this process. Understanding how to navigate the system and focus on what is relevant is a big challenge. I am confident that you will go out prepared and able to get the most out of your research.

As you visit the schools, you will be amazed at what you discover. I have equipped you with the tools to be a sharp observer.

As Always, I am happy to help and wish you the best in your research!

Dianne Brudnicki

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